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what are youre silly words? mine are confusicated, facecrack, nasalcavity, woot, rig, tooten pooten, and suckface.

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Zaphod Beeblebrox (author)2009-09-20

dudeman-some teenager with a backwards cap who curses and calls people "shorty".Commonly found on the popular G4 show COPS

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killerjackalope (author)2008-04-13

Indubitably
Penduncle - for those who don't know its part of a flower
Giblets - not part of a flower
Prying and jimmying - probably not best applied to flowers or giblets
Stoic - expect this from people if you attempt the above statement
Chortle - The words above make me
Bandit - hopefully not of the giblet/bum variety
Trevor - Could well be one of those bandits
Sconce - Expect trevor to be sconced for his actions...

I have more words but I'll keep on going if I don't stop now...

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Doctor What (author)2008-04-13

Moist. Now say it over, and over, and over.

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maker12 (author)nerfer1922007-12-06
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maker12 (author)tech-king2008-04-13
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Goodhart (author)2007-12-09

ever since Winnie the Pooh, and his "oh bother", I have liked that little phrase too

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nerfer192 (author)Goodhart2007-12-09

i like when eyore says "no matter" i a glum fashion.

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Goodhart (author)nerfer1922007-12-09

:-) Eeyore at his brightest moment: "It's snowing still," said Eeyore gloomily. "So it is." "And freezing." Eeyore replied. "Is it?" "Yes," said Eeyore. "However," he said, brightening up a little, "we haven't had an earthquake lately."

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maninamousesuit (author)2007-11-30

i love old elizabethan weird words..my fave is bellytimber = food. i love the word poppycock wich is usually used as a polite way of saying rubbish but its old dutch and it translates as soft sh*t..

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maker12 (author)2007-12-09
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Patrik (author)2007-12-07

I like to verb nouns. I'm opposed to the nounification of verbs though...

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Goodhart (author)Patrik2007-12-07

do you mean like nounification of the word "noun" LOL

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Patrik (author)Goodhart2007-12-08

As in... nounification of the verb "nounify"! :-D

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Goodhart (author)Patrik2007-12-09

Um, yeah....I was sleepy when I replied to that (that's my story and I'm sticking to it)

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nerfer192 (author)Patrik2007-12-07

you mean like nounification?

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Goodhart (author)Kiteman2007-12-07

That reminds me :-) I tend to tire of hearing cliche's so I also tend to warp them a bit:

such ones as: "Oh for crying outside"

it take 2 to tangle.

Better late then forever.

a bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bush = a bird in the hand is just messy

Well, that was certainly "above bored".

his mouth is writing checks he can't physically cash.

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.....thankfully my name is not Jack.

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him think.

Sometimes I ask questions about them: If I am "over the hill", how come I can't just coast ?

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Patrik (author)Goodhart2007-12-08

Great minds think alike... be original, think small-minded!

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Kiteman (author)Goodhart2007-12-08

You can take a horse to water, but a pencil must be lead."

"If life begins at forty, what was I doing for the 39 years 364 days before that?"

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nerfer192 (author)Kiteman2007-12-07
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Goodhart (author)2007-12-07

Long and silly, supercalifragilisticxpalidocious and antidisestablishmentarianism ;-)

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nerfer192 (author)Goodhart2007-12-07

antidisestablishmentarianism

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Danny (author)2007-12-07

My favorite word to say is brutal, and it is so appropriate to evrything!

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biggunner (author)2007-12-01
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nerfer192 (author)biggunner2007-12-01

i say sick-a-dee-wick-a-dee-wack

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sniper99 (author)2007-12-03

I love saying tootenpooten!!!!!1 WOOTED! RIG! Hey dude, u forgot SuckFace

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X_D_3_M_1 (author)2007-11-30

king tooten pooten and cartrigde is my favorite word

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maker12 (author)X_D_3_M_12007-12-06

you like ink doint you? YES

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X_D_3_M_1 (author)maker122007-12-06

ink AND gun cartridges. i like both

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nerfer192 (author)X_D_3_M_12007-11-30

cartridge? me and sniper99 made up tooten pooten. we also say "wooten pooten".

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X_D_3_M_1 (author)nerfer1922007-11-30

no my friends lil sister watches grim and mandy, king tooten pooten the pharoah!

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nerfer192 (author)X_D_3_M_12007-11-30

huh? we both dont watch b&m;, and we still know it as we made it up.

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